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Château Haut Breton Larigaudière is a 15 hectare property in the Médoc. Spreading over the d'Arsac and Soussans regions, the vineyard benefits from extremely different terroirs. Our wines produced on the deep, sandy gravel of Arsac therefore have a totally different identity from those produced from the clayey gravel of the Grand Soussans. Some will be aerial tandi....Lire plus Learn more
Château Haut Breton Larigaudière is a 15 hectare property in the Médoc. Spreading over the d'Arsac and Soussans regions, the vineyard benefits from extremely different terroirs. Our wines produced on the deep, sandy gravel of Arsac therefore have a totally different identity from those produced from the clayey gravel of the Grand Soussans. Some will be airborne while others will be highly structured: there is something for everyone!
With our vineyard manager Jean-Michel Garcion, we cultivate the vines while respecting the environment and particularly the local fauna: a reasoned and certified High Environmental Value (HVE) cultivation. The estate's grape varieties are classic with the cabernet sauvignon-merlot-petit-verdot trio.
When the De Schepper family bought Château Haut Breton Larigaudière in 1964, its park and 2 ha of vines were abandoned: they passionately began to rebuild the estate. Today, the vineyard extends over 15 hectares.
Château Haut Breton Larigaudière is ideally located on the Route des Châteaux du Médoc (D2) in the prestigious Margaux appellation. The De Schepper Family is at the heart of the renewal of this estate, acquired in 1964, which was already considered as a "Cru Bourgeois Supérieur" in 1886. She began with passion the reconstruction and expansion of the estate and then followed the construction of a new vinification vat room and a barrel cellar.
At the beginning of the family adventure, the estate and its park had just 2 hectares, today it is 15 hectares of vines that are cultivated. In addition to this expansion, vines, vats, winery, cellar and château form a modern ensemble worthy of the most beautiful crus bourgeois of the Médoc. When you arrive, you will be seduced by the sumptuous building dating from the end of the 18th century.
The De Schepper family is well established in the Bordeaux vineyards: they own 5 wineries. In the Margaux, Saint Emilion Grand Cru and Bordeaux Supérieur appellations, the family of Belgian origin fell in love with Bordeaux in the last century.